The latest contract from Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production (CTEP) follows InterMoor’s completion of Phase 1 decommissioning work in the Gulf of Thailand in 2021.
The extended contract includes more packages for the disconnection and removal of pipelines.
The scope of the contract extension now comprises of project management, engineering, procurement, offshore execution, disconnecting and removing pipelines, disconnecting and removing single point mooring (SPM) and associated subsea infrastructure along with topside modifications work.
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InterMoor claims to have utilised a variety of vessels to carry out the decommissioning work. It included the disconnection and removal of SPM Buoy 1 and 2.
Similar to the first phase, InterMoor will use cutting tools supplied by Claxton, its sister concern for the decommissioning project.
Other subsidiaries of Acteon including Aquatic and UTEC will be providing subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) and survey spread, for the project, respectively.
Earlier this month, Acteon’s TerraSond and Benthic secured a combined geophysical and geotechnical survey contract from BlueFloat Energy and Renantis Partnership for Bellrock and Broadshore wind farms.
The two wind farms will be located off the coast of Scotland. These wind farms will have 1.2GW and 900MW of capacities, respectively. For this contract, Acteon plans to use Ocean Fortune, a geophysical survey vessel.